Glenn Gould and Leonard Bernstein Play Bach

They had a big falling out in 1962. But that was all over Brahms. When it came to Bach, things were more har­mo­nious. So let’s rewind the video­tape to 1960. Glenn Gould per­forms with Leonard Bern­stein and the New York Phil­har­mon­ic, play­ing (if I have this right) J. S. Bach’s Key­board Con­cer­to in d minor BWV 1052. Enjoy…

Relat­ed Con­tent:

A Young Glenn Gould Plays Bach

Bern­stein Breaks Down Beethoven

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